McConville on his guardCrossmaglen joint-manager Oisin McConville is refusing to underestimate Armagh Harps ahead of today's Armagh SFC final at the Athletic Grounds.
Armagh fan hit with 24-week banAn Armagh supporter has been banned for 24 weeks arising from last June's controversial Ulster SFC quarter-final between the Orchard County and Cavan.
Ulster U21FC draw madeCavan will begin their quest for a five-in-a-row of Ulster U21 football titles against Donegal next year.
Kernan back for finalStephen Kernan has regained fitness in time for Crossmaglen's Armagh SFC final showdown with Armagh Harps at the Athletic Grounds on Sunday.
Provisional Ulster SFC venues and dates revealedCounty board officials in Ulster have been furnished with the provisional dates and venues for next year's provincial senior football championship.
Kernan will still be "kicking every ball"Aaron Kernan admits it will be strange watching Armagh face either Donegal or Tyrone in next year's Ulster SFC quarter-final.
Ulster GAA Writers Awards: Donegal dominate footballer of the year nomineesJim McGuinness's men may have fallen just short against Kerry in the All-Ireland SFC final but they are strongly to the fore as the awards season goes into full swing.
Senior Manager JobThe above Hurling Club is seeking to appoint a Voluntary Hurling Manager for its Senior team for the 2015/16 season.
"Obviously there is an imbalance in the All-Ireland championship"Oisin McConville points out that Ulster counties are disadvantaged when it comes to trying to progress to the latter stages of the championship.
Championship tweets: Pride in the ParishThere's nothing that can compare with success in the club jersey ...
Wolfe Tones and St Enda's Derrymacash club notesPeil/Football
Maith sibh to our Under 8, 10 an 12 footballers who travelled to Annaclone on Saturday to play a number of friendly games
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"There is nothing like winning with the club in my opinion."
As it happened: County Finals Match TrackerIt was a busy day on the club scene throughout the country with no fewer than 12 county finals down for decision.
SFC 2015: Kerry avoid Cork, Donegal to play TyroneThe draw for the Munster championship has seen All-Ireland champions Kerry awaiting the winner of a Waterford and Tipperary quarter-final.
Armagh hit by another retirementArmagh have been dealt a second retirement blow in the space of a few days with the news that Brian Mallon is taking his leave from the inter-county scene.
2015 championship draws tonightThe dust has barely settled on the 2014 championship and thoughts are already turning to next year with the draws for the 2015 championship scheduled for this evening.
Ulster championship attendances up 8%As the GAA season draws to a close it has been announced that attendances at Ulster SFC games have risen by over 8% in the last two years.
Ireland squad for Hurling/Shinty International Series announcedThe GAA have announced the senior and U21 squads to face Scotland in this year's Hurling/Shinty International Series.
Twitter: O'Sullivan shocked at Kelly omissionThere's nothing like the All-Stars to generate debate in gaelic games and Darran O'Sullivan took to Twitter to express his shock at Kerry goalkeeper Brian Kelly's omission from the list of nominations.
McConville pays tribute to retired club-mateAaron Kernan "set the standard" for attacking half-backs in gaelic football according to Oisin McConville.
Kingdom top All Star nomination listAll-Ireland champions Kerry lead the way with 11 nominations in this year's All-Star football awards.
Kernan retires from inter-county footballAaron Kernan has called it a day with Armagh after 10 years of service to the Orchard County at senior level.
Ladies football All Star nominees announcedThe 2014 TG4 All Star nominations have been announced with players from 12 counties represented in the 45 strong shortlist.
GAA members who participated in the First World War to be recognisedA unique event due to take place on Monday 13th October will launch the first-ever initiative to recognise the participation of GAA members in the First World War.
Championship tweets: Clubs take centre stageNow that the curtain has come down on the inter-county scene, it was the turn of clubs to make the headlines over the weekend.
Armagh SFC: Cross' to defend title against HarpsCrossmaglen qualified for their 18th Armagh SFC final in 19 years thanks to a 0-18 to 0-12 victory over St. Patrick's, Cullyhanna at the Athletic Grounds yesterday.
Wolfe Tones and St Enda's Derrymacash club notesLast weekend proved to be a very good one for our underage footballs with plenty of silverware returning to Derrymacash.
Hurling rankings: to the Cats goes the creamKilkenny's latest All-Ireland triumph keeps them at the top of our leader board. However, there have been some changes to the pecking order since our last hurling rankings in the middle of August.
Buy the jersey of the worst team in Ireland and help the Cormac TrustSt Mungo's Luganulk, the worst Gaelic Football team in Ireland and the subject of a hilarious new GAA Comedy Show from Grimes & McKee, will be donating profits from their unique playing jersey to the Cormac Trust.
Football rankings: Kingdom comeThe intercounty season is at an end and we have our final football rankings of 2014.
Black card rule=more scoresStatistics released by the GAA's Central Competitions Control Committee (CCCC) show that the average number of points scored per game in this year's football championship was 9.5 per cent higher than last year.
Joe sets his sights on Cross'Joe McMahon fully expects Crossmaglen to be Omagh St. Enda's opponents in the Ulster club SFC quarter-final.
#GameForAnto launchedThe home of Ulster rugby, Ravenhill's Kingspan Stadium, will play host to novel game of gaelic football next month when 2013 All-Ireland champions Dublin take on an All Star Ulster selection.
Waiting list for Mayo and Dublin football season ticketsThe GAA have put Season Tickets for 2015 up for sale but if you are looking to get a Mayo or Dublin football ticket for the first time, then you will have to wait.
Video: GAA players say thank youA nice touch from the GPA and its members ...